‘American Vandal’ Review: A Sharp Season 2 Twists Fake Doc Format Into a Finely-Tuned High School Horror Show
There’s a tradeoff happening in Season 2 of “American Vandal,” but it’s not the one you might expect.
Sure, gone are the cartoonish, spray-painted pensises on the sides and hoods of Hyundai Elantras.
What takes its place is a prank of even larger proportion, done in another joke genre that makes it hard to describe without some creative euphemisms.
It may take a little longer to get there than last time, but this new season becomes a worthy follow-up by not only swapping out one anatomical gag for another, but by filing off some of its goofier edges for another grounded look at the other daily challenges of high school life.The opening to this newest season-long faux documentary is a truly horrifying overview of an event at St.
Bernardine, a private Catholic high school in Washington.
Some cafeteria subterfuge results in a schoolwide case of diarrhea so violent,
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